旅遊調查 Wi-Fi竟是旅客首選住宿第一要件!|Most travelers see WiFi as top hotel amenity

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Expedia在4月份針對來自23個國家的旅客進行線上調查,結果顯示旅館提供免費WiFi對66%的台灣人來說比飯店房間的價格或位置更為重要。|In an online survey conducted in April among travelers from 23 countries, Expedia found that free WiFi is even more important to 66 percent of Taiwan people than the price of hotel rooms or the location of the hotel. (NOWnews)
Expedia在4月份針對來自23個國家的旅客進行線上調查,結果顯示旅館提供免費WiFi對66%的台灣人來說比飯店房間的價格或位置更為重要。|In an online survey conducted in April among travelers from 23 countries, Expedia found that free WiFi is even more important to 66 percent of Taiwan people than the price of hotel rooms or the location of the hotel. (NOWnews)

【看英文中國郵報學英文】根據全球旅遊科技公司Expedia統計,在預訂酒店時,70%的台灣旅客認為免費WiFi是最重要的條件。

Almost seven in 10 Taiwan travelers consider free WiFi as the most important factor when booking a hotel, according to the global travel technology company Expedia.

Expedia在4月份針對來自23個國家的旅客進行線上調查,結果顯示旅館提供免費WiFi對66%的台灣人來說比飯店房間的價格或位置更為重要。

In an online survey conducted in April among travelers from 23 countries, Expedia found that free WiFi is even more important to 66 percent of Taiwan people than the price of hotel rooms or the location of the hotel.

此外,在所有23個國家中,90%的受訪者認為WiFi,房價和旅館位置是影響旅館選擇的主要因素。

WiFi, room price and hotel location were viewed by 90 percent of the respondents from all 23 countries as the major factors in choosing a hotel, according to Expedia.

此次調查更顯示出,來自德國的旅客在飯店住宿天數累積排名第一,平均每年17.2晚,而台灣旅客平均每年11.4晚。

Meanwhile, travelers from Germany ranked No. 1 in terms of accumulated hotel stays, averaging 17.2 nights per year, while Taiwan travelers averaged 11.4 nights per year, Expedia said, citing the poll.

至於問及旅客住宿時最討厭的行為前三名,受訪者依序指出「兒童在公共區域嬉戲」、「在飯店房間內或附近吵鬧」、「在飯店走廊上吵鬧。」

On the question of the most unwelcome behavior by travelers, the respondents listed frolicking by children in public areas, noises by other people in or near hotel rooms, and noises by others in hotel corridors, in that order.

該調查於4月12日至29日針對23個國家共18,237名受訪者進行線上調查。

The poll was conducted online April 12-29 among 18,237 respondents from 23 countries.